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New estimates of how far the virus could spread suggest an explosion of cases will hit the Chinese city and more infected individuals will show up abroad.
The *Call of Duty* League, the *Overwatch* League, and *Hearthstone* Esports all call YouTube home now. That's not great news for Twitch.
The country star's â€śLinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram, Tinderâ€ť post speaks to people's desire to be what any platform needs them to be.
Lots of high-profile games have been delayed lately. Doesn't look like Valve's upcoming VR experience is going to be one of them.
Two years ago, Patreon promised to crack down on piracy site Yiff.Party. Now it says its hands are tied.
For chai lovers, Chime's hands-free and speedy pod-based brewing process is convenience at its finest.
As World Athletics debates whether to ban Nike's carbon-fiber running shoe, it should heed lessons from the case of â€śBionic Olympianâ€ť Oscar Pistorius.
Gwyneth Paltrowâ€™s Netflix show offers controversial treatments for people who feel theyâ€™ve been failed by everything else.
On this weekâ€™s episode: hacking oral hygiene with AI, and hacking espresso with science.
Mortuary startups, like one that plans to freeze and shatter corpses, have run afoul of some fusty regulations.
When winged wildlife slams into aircraft, disasters can happen. Inside the world of bird-strike countermeasures, where avian goo is the enemy.
Although many fans and creators claim the appeal isn't sexual, much of the genre flirts with intimacy. Close your eyesâ€”and open up.
Itâ€™s easy to bristle at a $200 AI-powered toothbrush, but not for the reasons you might think.
One paper advanced a controversial theory about the disease's origin. Other scientists aren't biting.
Catch up on the most important news from today in two minutes or less.
After Fukushima, the country opted to decommission its nuclear reactors. The US has a lot to learn from what happened next.
At Pwn2Own, hackers had no trouble dismantling systems that help run everything from car washes to nuclear plants.
This month alone, *Cyberpunk 2077*, *Marvelâ€™s Avengers*, *Dying Light 2*, and *Final Fantasy VII Remake* have all been pushed back. For some, it's probably for the best.Â
Boston Dynamics' creation is starting to sniff out its role in the workforce: as a helpful canine that still sometimes needs you to hold its paw.
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